land mine warfare
See mine warfare.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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  • land mine warfare — minų operacija statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Strateginis ir taktinis minų ir jų kontrpriemonių naudojimas. atitikmenys: angl. land mine warfare; mine warfare pranc. guerre des mines; guerre des mines terrestre ryšiai: sinonimas – sausumos… …   NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • antipersonnel mine (land mine warfare) — A mine designed to cause casualties to personnel. See also mine …   Military dictionary

  • hasty breaching (land mine warfare) — The creation of lanes through enemy minefields by expedient methods such as blasting with demolitions, pushing rollers or disabled vehicles through the minefields when the time factor does not permit detailed reconnaissance, deliberate breaching …   Military dictionary

  • intermediate marker (land mine warfare) — A marker, natural, artificial or specially installed, which is used as a point of reference between the landmark and the minefield …   Military dictionary

  • mine warfare — minų operacija statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Strateginis ir taktinis minų ir jų kontrpriemonių naudojimas. atitikmenys: angl. land mine warfare; mine warfare pranc. guerre des mines; guerre des mines terrestre ryšiai: sinonimas – sausumos… …   NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • Mine warfare — refers to the use of different types of explosive devices: Land mine, a weight triggered explosive device intended to maim or kill people or to destroy vehicles Naval mine, a self contained explosive device placed in water to destroy ships or… …   Wikipedia

  • Land mine — For other uses, see Land mine (disambiguation). Minefield redirects here. For other uses, see Minefield (disambiguation). Examples of anti personnel mines. From left to right: an M14, Valmara 69 (a bounding mine), and VS 50 …   Wikipedia

  • land mine — Mil. 1. an explosive charge concealed just under the surface of the ground or of a roadway, designed to be detonated by pressure, proximity of a vehicle or person, etc. 2. See aerial mine (def. 2). [1885 90] * * * Explosive charge buried just… …   Universalium

  • mine — 1. In land mine warfare, an explosive or material, normally encased, designed to destroy or damage ground vehicles, boats, or aircraft, or designed to wound, kill, or otherwise incapacitate personnel. It may be detonated by the action of its… …   Military dictionary

  • mine strip — In land mine warfare, two parallel mine rows laid simultaneously six meters or six paces apart. See also mine row …   Military dictionary

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